The public sign of discord is highly unusual for the two Communist neighbors, and it comes as Beijing seeks to expand its influence in the South China Sea.
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- The Decline of the Baronial C.E.O.
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- In ‘Camino Island,’ John Grisham Takes a Vacation From Writing John Grisham Novels
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Stolen F. Scott Fitzgerald manuscripts, colorful booksellers and a sleepy resort town make for a leisurely, lawyerless John Grisham jaunt.
- This Outdoor Gear For Good Company Proved You Can Be A Benefit Corporation From Day One
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“If there’s an investor that won’t invest in me because I founded a benefit corporation, that’s not the right investor for us.”
Davis Smith knows what he’s doing when it comes to e-commerce. A 38-year-old serial entrepreneur, he founded, and later sold, an online pool table retailer straight out of business school; that venture lead him to cofound Baby.com.br, Brazil’s largest baby care retailer, for which he raised over $40 million in venture capital funding.
- Dear Corporate America, leave our LGBTQ Pride celebrations alone
By Katie Dupere - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
Listen up, "prideful" corporations. Pack up your branded rainbow swag and leave my community alone.
The LGBTQ community has put up with your "rainbow-washing" during Pride Month for far too long. And in the Trump era, when LGBTQ rights are under alarming attack, we need you to step off our movement.
We need to reclaim Pride and its resistance roots — for ourselves and for each other. And Corporate America's role in that should be to lift us up, and then move out of the way.
While it might look like a party, Pride is actually radical activism at its core. The colorful celebration is about existing loudly, boldly, and unapologetically in public spaces. And it always has been, though the look of that resistance and revolution has evolved. Read more...More about Lgbtq, Pride, Corporate, Pride Parade, and Pride Month
- Trump to mayor of sinking island: Don't worry about sea level rise
By Andrew Freedman - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
Sea level rise caused by global warming is threatening the existence of the tiny community of Tangier Island, Virginia, located in Chesapeake Bay.
Yet a CNN report on the town's plight appears to have prompted President Donald Trump to call the town's mayor to assure him that his town will not succumb to rising seas by the middle of this century, despite what scientists predict.
Instead, Trump told mayor James “Ooker” Eskridge in a phone call on Monday that residents of Tangier Island have nothing to fear when it comes to rising sea levels.More about Science, Global Warming, Donald Trump, Paris Agreement, and Sea Level Rise
- This Startup Wants To Turn America’s Yard Waste Into A Petroleum Substitute
By Adele Peters - Friday Jun 16, 2017
Alliance Bio-Products says its fuel will be cheaper than oil–and that there’s enough yard waste in the country to make more than we need.
At the landfill in Florida’s Indian River County–an area partway between Orlando and Palm Beach–garbage trucks deliver more than 100,000 tons of yard waste from local lawns and golf courses in a year. But by 2018, if all goes as planned, instead of going in the dump, those grass clippings and tree branches will go next door to a new plant that will turn them into a replacement for petroleum. The product will have a tiny carbon footprint compared to the fossil fuel equivalent–and will also be cheaper to produce.
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